Mark Lilla’s new book, The Shipwrecked Mind: On Political Reaction, examines the power of nostalgia in its political manifestation.
Daniel StrandJuly 18, 2017
Last month Goldman Sachs confirmed it handed a blood-soaked economic lifeline to the authoritarian socialist government of President Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela.
J.P. CarrollJune 23, 2017
Dana Shell Smith, the U.S. ambassador to Qatar, announced on Twitter that she was leaving her post. Here is what you should know about U.S. ambassadors and their roles.
Joe CarterJune 21, 2017
When President Trump took office in January, he made a promise to help persecuted Christians worldwide, and especially Christians subjected to the Daesh genocide in Syria and Iraq.
Baroness Caroline Cox & Ewelina U. OchabJune 15, 2017
In his recent trip to Europe for the NATO summit, President Trump was supposed to reassure the NATO allies but then deleted reference to Article V from his remarks. Obama also sent troubling messages to our allies.
Alan DowdJune 13, 2017
A crisis in the Middle East has erupted between numerous nations and the small state of Qatar. Here is what you should know about Qatar, the world’s richest country.
Joe CarterJune 9, 2017
As we assess Trump’s early foreign policy moves and first international tour, it helps to look back upon Obama’s. Here, then, are passages from A Perilous Path.
Anne R. PierceJune 5, 2017
U.S.-German relations are currently at a low point, but the fault does not rest solely with President Trump. German Chancellor Angela Merkel deserves blame.
J.P. CarrollJune 3, 2017
On Thursday President Trump announced he would withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement. Here is what you should know about this international climate change treaty.
Joe CarterJune 2, 2017
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